First Day of Spring in Gramercy Park

Photos by Sean Brady, Philip Howard, Susan Baker, Kathleen Scupp and Alex Nguyen
Gramercy Park featured in Land Lines Magazine of the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy 

"Common interest communities have become more accessible since the founding of 
Gramercy Park in Manhattan in 1831- the first homeowner association , whose members still enjoy exclusive use of the 2-acre green space they privately maintain."
by Gerald Korngold, Professor of Law at New York Law School

Our friends at HDC need our help to save NYC's neighborhoods

Neighborhood organizations are joining together for a press conference and rally at City Hall on Wednesday, 3/25 at 3pm to express concerns about a citywide re-zoning proposal, "Zoning for Quality and Affordability," which would drastically reduce neighborhood zoning protections and raise height limits throughout the city.

Gramercy Park Neighbor
Philip K. Howard
Noted author and commentator on the effects of modern law and bureaucracy on human behavior and the workings of society

Time article "Jeb Bush's Sense and Sensibility"

"[Bush] has praised the work of Philip K. Howard, whose book, The Rule of Nobody, is a road map for de-lawyering and rethinking the regulatory system."  
Read Feb 2014 article

Revealed: Cabrini Medical Center conversion

224-228 East 20th St. (between 2nd & 3rd Ave) now called Gramercy Square, will have more than 250 apartments


Above the Glass Dome of the National Arts Club on Gramercy Park


Gramercy Park neighbor Scoop Wasserstein's aunt, Pulitzer prize winning playwright Wendy Wasserstein's 'The Heidi Chronicles' Returns

GPBA Thanks Community Board 6 Business Affairs & Street Activities Committee Chair Nicole Paikoff

The Gramercy Park Block Association
34 Gramercy Park East, NY, NY 10003

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